The Role:The Crime Lab New York team is seeking a full-time Research Analyst with strong technical skills to work on large-scale social policy experiments designed to test the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of youth violence prevention and educational interventions. The Analyst will work on a portfolio of projects across a variety of areas that span both criminal justice and education. The position offers the opportunity to work directly with leading social policy researchers, at NYU, Columbia, University of Chicago, and other universities, local city agency staff, as well as a team of other analysts, research managers, and research directors.Duties and Responsibilities: - Data cleaning, merging, matching, sampling, modeling, and randomization.- Data analysis and dataset management across multiple projects.- Prepares results for memos, spreadsheets, and presentations targeting both policymakers and academic researchers- Assists with literature reviews and drafting papers- Other duties as assignedTo apply submit resume, cover letter, writing sample, and unofficial transcripts
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